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In this excerpt from the March 13, 2014 edition of Truthdig Radio, author and Truthdig contributor Nomi Prins says just a few families hold most of the power in the United States.

The Inevitability of Income Inequality
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Inequality is endemic to the core structure of an America that operates more as a plutocracy than a democracy. It is an inherent result of the consolidation of a substantial amount of both financial power and political influence in the hands of a few families. Inequality is endemic to the core structure of an America that operates more as a plutocracy than a democracy.

The Horror, the Horror
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If the Congolese can maintain hope in their horrific circumstances, and journalists like Michael Deibert literally risk their lives to bring us their stories, then it's our human obligation to read them.If the Congolese can maintain hope in horrific circumstances, and journalists like Michael Deibert risk their lives to bring us their stories, then it's our human obligation to read them.

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